388 Interfacial Phenomena in Energy Systems and Ionic Liquids

Tuesday, November 18, 2014: 3:15 PM
208 (Hilton Atlanta)
This session is focused on experimental and modeling work related to energy systems where interfacial phenomena play a determining role. Papers related to fossil energy, nuclear energy, biofuels, and alternative energy are welcome. Examples include energy storage in electrochemical capacitors or batteries, gas/oil processes, nuclear fuel processing and separations, solar energy conversion devices, and biofuel processes. Papers addressing water issues related to energy production are also welcome.

Interfacial Phenomena

Clint P. Aichele
Email: clint.aichele@okstate.edu

Gerold A. Willing
Email: gerold.willing@louisville.edu

Lei Li
Email: lel55@pitt.edu

Paschalis Alexandridis
Email: palexand@buffalo.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

File available
3:30 PM
(388b) Study of the Capacitive Mixing Process for Energy Production
Jorge F. Gabitto, Ketki Sharma, Sotira Yiacoumi and Costas Tsouris

3:45 PM

4:00 PM
(388d) Electrolyte Composition Effect on Iron-Ion/Hydrogen Redox Cell
Venroy Watson, Egwu E. Kalu and Edward E. Effiong

4:15 PM
(388e) Passivation of Alloy Corrosion
Andrew J. Gellman, James B. Miller and Matthew Payne

4:45 PM
(388g) Dynamics of Charging Subnanometer Pores Using Ionic Liquids
Rui Qiao, Svyatoslav Kondrat, Peng Wu and Alexei A Kornyshev

5:30 PM
(388j) Capacitive Deionization of High-Salinity Solutions
Ketki Sharma, Jorge F. Gabitto, Yong-Ha Kim, Sotira Yiacoumi and Costas Tsouris
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